New Delhi, Jan 10: A fire broke out in four coaches of Patna-Mokama MEMU (Mainline Electric Multiple Unit) passenger train during wee hours on Thursday. The coaches caught fire when the train was stationed in the yard. Initial report suggest that the fire reportedly broke out due to short circuit.Also Read - BREAKING: Fire Breaks Out at Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi, 4 Fire Tenders at Spot
“Patna-Mokama MEMU Passenger train reached Mokama on Tuesday night at 11 pm in Patna. It was stationed in the railway yard of Mokama Station. Suddenly, flames were spotted in two bogies at 1 am on Wednesday. An attempt was made to extinguish the fire, but it engulfed two more coaches,” the CPRO was quoted as saying by news agency ANI. Also Read - Fire Breaks Out at Warehouse in China; 14 Killed, 26 Injured
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He also added that the fire has been brought under control and no one was injured.
The fire has, however, not affected the railway operations.